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Child Sexual Abuse

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Running from hate to what you think is love: The relationship between running away and child sexual exploitation (by Emilie Smeaton)



This report focuses on different cases of sexual exploitation on children. The report has a strong background information, with true examples. It tries to identify the problem of disappearance due to abuse.



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  • "If only someone had listened" by Sue Berelowitz, Jenny Clifton, Carlene Firimin, Sandra Gulyurtlu, Gareth Edwards
    Despite increased awareness and a heightened state of alert regarding child sexual exploitation children are still slipping through the net and falling prey to sexual predators. Serious gaps remain in the knowledge, practice and services required to tackle this problem.
  • Congress of Local and Regional Authorities' toolkit to stop sexual violence against children
    Congress of Local and Regional Authorities' toolkit to stop sexual violence against children by Anon
    The Congress has produced a campaign toolkit in 22 language versions to encourage local and regional authorities in Europe to sign up to the Pact of Towns and Regions to Stop Sexual Violence against Children and take measures at local and regional level.
  • Terminology Guidelines for the Protection of Children from Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse
    Terminology Guidelines for the Protection of Children from Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse by Susanna Greijer and Jaap Doek
    Communication is of critical importance in our efforts to respect, protect and implement the rights of the child. In order to make this communication with and between children, parents, governmental officials, professionals and volunteers working with or for children as effective as possible, we need to use terms and concepts that all these actors understand and consider respectful.
  • A survey on the transposition of Directive 2011/93/EU on combating sexual absue and sexual exploitation of children and child pornography
    A survey on the transposition of Directive 2011/93/EU on combating sexual absue and sexual exploitation of children and child pornography by Missing Children Europe, ECPAT, eNasco
    The main objective of the project was to compare the choice of ‘methods and strategies’ developed by Member States in order to achieve the binding results defined by the Directive and to assess them based on the best interests of the child.
  • An exploratory model of girl's vulnerability to commercial sexual exploitation in prostitution
    An exploratory model of girl's vulnerability to commercial sexual exploitation in prostitution by Joan A. Reid
    Study utilising modelling to explore: whether caregiver strain is linked to child maltreatment, if experiencing maltreatment is associated with risk-inflating behaviours or sexual denigration of self/others, and if these behavioural and psychosocial dysfunctions are related to vulnerability to commercial sexual exploitation.
  • No One Runs Away For No Reason: Understanding Safeguarding Issues When Children and Young People Go Missing From Home
    No One Runs Away For No Reason: Understanding Safeguarding Issues When Children and Young People Go Missing From Home by L Hill, J Taylor, F Richards, S Reddington
    Paper exploring the safeguarding concerns and responses for children and young people who run away or go missing from home
  • Vulnerable Children on the run: A European Challenge
    Vulnerable Children on the run: A European Challenge by Martin Houghton-Brown
    Summarizes a speech given by Martin Houghton-Brown given on the subject of children runaways.
  • A novel, intensive home-visiting intervention for runaway, sexually exploited girls
    A novel, intensive home-visiting intervention for runaway, sexually exploited girls by Laurel D. Edinburgh, Elizabeth M. Saewyc
    This study both describes a home-visiting intervention program for young, sexually assaulted runaways (10 - 14 years old) and provides preliminary outcomes from the first 20 female participants.
  • Repeat reports to the police of missing people: locations and characteristics
    Repeat reports to the police of missing people: locations and characteristics by Dr. Karen Shalev Greene and Professor Carol Hayden
    The locations from which people are reported missing repeatedly in a one year period.
  • What to do when a child goes missing
    What to do when a child goes missing by Gwyther Rees
    This guide gives some simple advice on what steps to take when a child goes missing, based on our experience and the views of the young people involved.
  • HERE TO LISTEN? Return interviews provision for young runaways
    HERE TO LISTEN? Return interviews provision for young runaways by Anon
    Recommendations on return interviews
  • The European hotline number for missing children: A practical guide for hotline operators
    The European hotline number for missing children: A practical guide for hotline operators by Missing Children Europe
    It contains key recommendations and examples of existing practices that every NGO running, or wishing to run, the 116000 hotline can draw inspiration from and make use of.
  • Examining Missing Person Police Reports to Identify the Service Needs of Runaway Youth and Their Families
    Examining Missing Person Police Reports to Identify the Service Needs of Runaway Youth and Their Families by George Patterson
    Examined situational and demographic characteristics in a sample of 47 children missing person police reports.
  • Children Rough Sleepers in the EU
    Children Rough Sleepers in the EU by Professor Kate Moss
    Interim report on a project which focuses on homelessness and rough sleeping in children
  • Children Rough Sleepers in Europe : A Research Methodology
    Children Rough Sleepers in Europe : A Research Methodology by Professor Kate Moss and Paramjit Singh
    Paper describing the methodology used in research into homelessness and rough sleeping in children.
  • Running the Risks: The links between gang involvement and young people going missing
    Running the Risks: The links between gang involvement and young people going missing by Rachel Sturrock and Lucy Holmes
    The UK Missing Persons Bureau estimates that as many as 160,000 children and young people are reported missing every year. Research from the Children’s Society over the past decade has shed some light on this issue and the recent spotlight on CSE has pushed the issue of children and young people going missing up the political agenda. However, the link between gang involvement and going missing from home is still very much unknown, with no specific research or national data collected indicating how many are affected.
  • The Tragedy and Horror of Human Trafficking of Children and Youth.
    The Tragedy and Horror of Human Trafficking of Children and Youth. by Betz, C. L
    The extent to which children and youth are trafficked is difficult to estimate because these victims are hidden, silenced and forced to endure continued abuse creating fear and submissiveness. The estimates of children who are trafficking victims range from 600,000 to over 2 million.
  • Improving & Monitoring Protection Systems Against Child Trafficking and Exploitation/ TRANSITIONAL ANALYSIS
    Improving & Monitoring Protection Systems Against Child Trafficking and Exploitation/ TRANSITIONAL ANALYSIS by Daja Wenke
    The IMPACT study notes that child rights violation also persists in Europe, despite the body of international, regional and national legal instruments adopted across the region to prohibit the practice and assist child victims
  • Missing : Persons and Politics
    Missing : Persons and Politics by Jennifer Ann Edkins
    In Missing, Jenny Edkins highlights stories from a range of circumstances that shed light on this critical tension: the aftermath of World War II, when millions in Europe were displaced; the period following the fall of the World Trade Center towers in Manhattan in 2001 and the bombings in London in 2005; searches for military personnel missing in action; the thousands of political "disappearances" in Latin America; and in more quotidian circumstances where people walk out on their families and disappear of their own volition.
  • Hidden in Plain Sight: A statistical analysis of violence against children
    Hidden in Plain Sight: A statistical analysis of violence against children by UNICEF
    The report sheds light on the prevalence of different forms of violence against children, with global figures and data from 190 countries. Where relevant, data are disaggregated by age and sex, to provide insights into risk and protective factors.
  • Ending Violence Against Children: Six Strategies for Action
    Ending Violence Against Children: Six Strategies for Action by UNICEF
    Provides evidence of effective programmes to address violence against children drawn from UNICEF's decades of experience, and informed by key partners.
  • Global status report on violence prevention 2014
    Global status report on violence prevention 2014 by Alexander Butchart and Christopher Mikton
    This report focuses on interpersonal violence, which is violence that occurs between family members, intimate partners, friends, acquaintances and strangers, and includes child maltreatment, youth violence, intimate partner violence, sexual violence and elder abuse.



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